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August 25, 2017, 01:49 AM
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Does MSI afterburner work with any hardware even if it's not made by MSI?

BTW what's wrong with your English?  :)
I'm using MSI AB on Alienware, Lenovo and other Dells too. MSI AB runs on any system.


May 31, 2018, 02:15 AM
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Yaeesh@gmail.com sent this message:
"Installed windows 10 but i cannot see windows 7 or xp over the network. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Thank you"
I don't have time to answer but you can probably answer him.

I'm going to provide him with a few clues though:
Check your firewall
You must have the same domain, and a different name for each pc.
If possible use a rj45 cable even if it can work in wifi.
On a local network you must be able to ping each pc, try this to see which pc can't see the other.
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May 31, 2018, 08:56 AM
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Yaeesh@gmail.com sent this message:
"Installed windows 10 but i cannot see windows 7 or xp over the network. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Thank you"
I don't have time to answer but you can probably answer him.

I'm going to provide him with a few clues though:
Check your firewall
You must have the same domain, and a different name for each pc.
If possible use a rj45 cable even if it can work in wifi.
On a local network you must be able to ping each pc, try this to see which pc can't see the other.
I suppose he/she was asking about homegroup function which was removed in new w10.
As you suggested, he/she needs to enable discovery for other devices when same network is used if its private/work network.


May 31, 2018, 11:07 AM
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Yaeesh@gmail.com sent this message:
"Installed windows 10 but i cannot see windows 7 or xp over the network. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Thank you"
I don't have time to answer but you can probably answer him.

I'm going to provide him with a few clues though:
Check your firewall
You must have the same domain, and a different name for each pc.
If possible use a rj45 cable even if it can work in wifi.
On a local network you must be able to ping each pc, try this to see which pc can't see the other.
I suppose he/she was asking about homegroup function which was removed in new w10.
As you suggested, he/she needs to enable discovery for other devices when same network is used if its private/work network.
I didnt know that.

The other solution is to use a ftp server. To access it you'll have an adress like ftp://192.168.1.xx

September 03, 2018, 08:04 PM
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Clean Windows 7 Pro SP1 May 2018(updates, .NET 4.7.2, DirectX 9.0c)
x64: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:EB78ADE72D255FD607F06F44E48DE75B1E9CCA7C
x86: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:19CC07858DEAE2D193E52E1A6C44DA0FBD688A74

My very own, if anyone is interested. Magnets are well seeded.